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A late arrival at Mother Wood's
'A late arrival at Mother Wood's', 1820. Queen Caroline appears on the balcony of Alderman Sir Matthew Wood's house before a street full of traffic and cheering figures; an allusion to the hospitality extended by Wood to the Queen on her return from abroad in 1820.
- Image ref: 1645969
- City of London / Heritage-Images